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  • proper n. A small town in the Pendle district of Lancashire

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Examples

  • Darren Newton, 32, from Earby, Lancashire, shot the videos for his "pleasure and satisfaction" as he repeatedly injured his girlfriend Laura Chapman's son while she was out at work, the jury were told.

    Court shown mobile-phone video of baby being attacked

  • DB Travis Earby, Salesian-Richmond, intercepted three passes in a 31-21 win over Inderkum-Sacramento.

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  • His son, of Earby, was shot dead while protecting a meeting between local elders and troops in Helmand Province.

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  • L/Cpl Jordan Bancroft, 25, from Earby, Lancashire, died in August 2010 while on duty in Afghanistan.

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  • Jason Metcalfe, 29, flew into a drunken rage when female tabby Bonnie approached him in the street in Earby, Lancashire.

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  • Newton, of Earby, had denied killing Charlie but admitted 12 counts of cruelty.

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  • Charlie Hunt, of Earby, Lancashire, died from head injuries in November 2009 after a catalogue of abuse.

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  • Rob Key, his opposite number who is enduring a miserable start to the summer, became a suitably high-calibre 700th victim when he nibbled at a Chapple leg-cutter, as so many others have done in the 18 seasons since a young redhead from Earby made his debut.

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  • The 32-year-old from Earby, Lancashire, was found guilty of the child's murder at

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  • Mrs Gilmore, from Earby in Barnoldswick, Lancashire, was given the all-clear by the same radiologist at the hospital in 2002 and 2005, outside of the period under review.

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